National Guard Seeks to Double Size of its Largest Training Site
The National Guard is proposing to more than double its Camp Grayling training site in Michigan. The super polluter seeks to deepen its ties with private contractors and develop tools of surveillance and punishment.
Joe GarofaloJanuary 24, 2023
You Can’t ‘Green’ the Military (You Have to Fight It)
The armed forces of state violence are "going green", but they're no friends of the environment. We need an internationalist climate movement that's strongly opposed to militaries, police, prisons, and borders.
B.C. DaurelleJune 22, 2022
“Doomsday” Glacier Is Melting, Accelerating Sea Level Rise
Antarctica’s “Doomsday” Glacier is melting, and the ice sheet at its base will likely shatter into icebergs in the next five years. This will accelerate the pace of sea level rise, and the global working class will pay the price.
Olivia WoodDecember 19, 2021
Protests Erupt in Puerto Rico to Fight a Worsening Energy Crisis
San Juan residents are taking to the streets in response to massive power shortages exacerbated by a private electrical company, U.S. colonial policies, and a worsening climate crisis. Workers and environmental activists in the United States should show solidarity.
Sam CarlinerOctober 17, 2021
Leaders Responsible for the Climate Crisis Gathered to “Save the Planet” at the World Conservation Congress in France
In Marseille, France, the bosses of big corporations and government officials, including Emmanuel Macron, met in early September in a summit sponsored by Nutella to discuss the preservation of biodiversity. Between ineffective measures and promoting green capitalism, the Congress of Nature was, in reality, the latest farce to serve the most polluting corporations.
Antoine WeilOctober 4, 2021
There’s Nothing Natural about the Disasters We’re Seeing
The U.S. was once again rocked with devastating climate disasters this week. The capitalists, state, and media want us to believe that this is natural, when, in reality, it is anything but.
Ezra BrainSeptember 5, 2021